Riverside County's death toll from coronavirus topped 500 on Tuesday as health officials on Tuesday confirmed 546 new cases of COVID-19 and 20 additional virus-related deaths.
On July 1, the State of California ordered the closure of all indoor dining and activities in 19 counties, including Riverside County for at least three weeks, until further order by the State and County.
This time of year is usually filled with family gatherings, picnics and fun-filled activities. Although it will be a little different this year, our Country's independence is something we should all celebrate.
Riverside County health officials on Monday confirmed 991 new cases of coronavirus and two additional virus-related deaths since Friday. There are now 16,133 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county, and 440 of those have been fatal.
THE HEALTH OFFICER OF THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ORDERS ALL BREWPUBS, BREWERIES, BARS, AND PUBS CLOSED EFFECTIVE JUNE 30, 2020 @ 2:01 AM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The number of coronavirus cases increased nearly 4% in Riverside County over the past day, with 409 new cases reported Tuesday afternoon, totaling 11,694 cumulative cases.
As more and more businesses begin to reopen, I trust everyone is putting their restrictions in place for the health and well-being of all Rancho Mirage residents, businesses, visitors, and our surrounding communities.
It’s been nearly three weeks since our last letter to you. There is enough happening to warrant an update.
Eviction Moratorium Extended through July 30, 2020
May 12, 2020 Face Coverings, Order Of The City Manager/director Of Emergency Services Of The City Of Rancho Mirage, California